interactive investor’s Kyle Caldwell and Lee Wild give their take on January’s tech sell-off, which has negatively impacted Scottish Mortgage (LSE:SMT). The duo, who both have personal investments in Scottish Mortgage, give their views on Britain’s most-popular investment trust, and explain why UK dividends are expected to fall in 2022.
Later, Nick Scullion, manager of the FP Foresight Global Real Infrastructure fund, a member of ii’s ACE 40 list of ethical investments, joins the podcast. Scullion explains why listed infrastructure is considered a good option as an inflation hedge.
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